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MSPP Faculty Publishes Chapter in Oxford Handbook of Media Psychology

Dr. Pamela Rutledge, recently published chapters in the Oxford Handbook of Media Psychology. Dr. Rutldge’s chapter is entitled, Arguing for Media Psychology as a Distinct Field.

(posted January 3, 2013)

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Stacey Lambert, interviewed by Neil Conan, February 15th on NPR’s Talk of the Nation.

> Listen here... Providing Therapy Across Different Cultures

(posted February 15, 2012)

Robert Kinscherff, Director of Forensic Studies, recently interviewed by WBUR/NPR on the topic: Mass. Legislature Considers Raising Minimum State Imprisonment Age.

> Listen here and read the article...

(posted February 8, 2012)

Drs. Claire Fialkov and David Haddad, were invited to present a workshop at the World Appreciative Inquiry Conference, in Ghent, Belgium, 2012. Click here to read their abstract.

(posted January 23, 2012)

Dr. Frances Mervyn, MSPP Dean of Students, receives prestigious Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award.

(posted December 15, 2011)

Dr. Erlene Rosowsky, MSPP Clinical Doctoral Faculty, was invited to the Netherlands for a return Fulbright visit after completing her initial work in August. Dr. Rosowsky, recipient of a serial grant, is a designated specialist in global public health and will be working at the Department of Old Age Psychiatry. In addition, she will be teaching, doing research and training at the University of Brussels.

(posted December 12, 2011)

Dr. Erlene Rosowsky, Clinical PsyD faculty member, has been selected for a Fulbright Specialist grant in Public/Global Health at Mondriaan Hospital in the Netherlands by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Department of State, and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars. Dr. Rosowsky will be lecturing and consulting in the Netherlands and Belgium.

(posted August 30, 2011)

Dr. Jodie Kliman, core faculty of the PsyD program in Clinical Psychology, was awarded a sabbatical semester for spring, 2012. She will use her sabbatical to begin a several year outcome study on the effectiveness of the Artsbridge Institute. Artsbridge brings Palestinian and Israeli adolescents to Boston College for intensive summer training in art techniques, leadership skills, and a form of reflective dialogue that helps them to understand and empathize with each other's experiences as members of two ethnic communities embroiled in violent multigenerational conflict with each other. Artsbridge graduates then return to their home communities, where their work in dialogue, leadership, and art continues year-round with Artsbridge's partner sites, NGO's in Israel and the West Bank, in person and online. In addition, these young people serve as youth mentors to younger children. This outcome research will involve both culturally appropriate quantitative measures and interviews with the youth before, during, and after their Artsbridge training, as well as interviews of staff and of Artsbridge parents. The research will be carried out in close collaboration with Israeli and Palestinian psychologists, art therapists, expressive therapists, family therapists, and conflict resolution workers. One Boston-based Palestinian expressive therapist to collaborate in this research is MSPP's own Yousef Alajarma, Ph.D., who is on the faculty of the Master's Program in Counseling and Forensic Psychology, and is Jodie's colleague on the planning committee for MSPP's future Master's and CAGS Program in Global Mental Health.

(posted August 30, 2011)

Dr. Gary Rose, Core Faculty Member in the Clinical Psychology program, recently published the following:

Rose, G.S. & Walters, S.T. (in press). Theoretical perspectives on motivation and addiction. In Walters, S.T. & Rotgers, F.R. Treating substance abuse, 3rd edition. NY: Guilford Press.

Drebing, C.E., Drake, R., Mueller, L., Van Ormer, E.A., Duffy, P., LePage, J., Rosenheck, R., Rose, G.S., King, K. Desai, N., and Penk, W. (2011). Help-seeking and entry into vocational services by adults enrolled in New Hampshire state mental health services: A pathways-to-care study. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 14, 181-193.

(posted August 29, 2011)

Dr. Stacey Lambert presented at Unibe University in San Jose, Costa Rica on August 9 to a group of about 100 mental health professionals. The topic was the application of Cognitive Behavioral therapy to the treatment of Bipolar disorder and Schizophrenia. The title of the presentation was "Aplicación de la Terapia Cognitiva-Conductual en el Tratamiento del Trastorno Bipolar y Trastornos Psicóticos"

(posted August 17, 2011)

Dr. Robert Kinscherff recently co-authored an APA publication, “APA Ethics Code: Commentary and Case Illustrations

(posted April 21, 2010)

Congratulations to President Nicholas Covino, a recipient of the University of Denver’s 2010 Alumni Masters Scholars Award. Each year the University of Denver selects alumni who have established a national or international reputation and invites them to return to campus to participate in the DU Master Scholars Program. This year, President Covino was included among this prestigious group. During his visit, he delivered a major paper presentation, The Pedagogy of Professional Schools.

(posted April 2010)

MSPP congratulates Dr. Charity Tabol for the publication of her article Studies of “Supported” and “Supportive” Housing: A Comprehensive Review of Model Descriptions and Measurement in the Evaluation and Program Planning journal.
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(posted March 2010)

MSPP congratulates Dr. Linda Daniels on receiving the Distinguished Alumni Award from her alma mater, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus. Dr. Daniels will be accepting the award on April 29, 2010.
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(posted March 2010)

MSPP congratulates Dr. Jane Adelizzi and her co-editor Maxine Ficksman on the publication of their book The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy, which will be available in May of 2010.
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Dr. Susan Powell's proposal on "Using the Social Model to Integrate Disability and Physical Difference into Diversity Training" has been accepted at the Columbia University Teacher's College's 27th Annual Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education

Jessica Stahl has won the Jack Bartlett Award for Excellence in Dissertation Research Design for 2009 at the University of Maryland Psychology Department.

Claire Fialkov was invited to present her research-in-progress with Community Health Link colleague, David Haddad, at The First World Congress on Positive Psychology in Philadelphia, June, 2009. Click here to read a copy of her abstract.


Updated 8/6/14

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